How To Survive Group Cycling – A Beginners Guide to Group Road Cycling Techniques and Safety

| December 2, 2013

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How To Survive Group Cycling - A Beginners Guide to Group Road Cycling Techniques and Safety (Beginners road cycling techniques)

Road cycling is getting more and more popular, particularly amongst older people. Road cycling is a fun, social and easy activity, and is the perfect exercise for anyone, young or old.

One of the most enjoyable aspects of road cycling is group cycling, where a small, or large, group of cyclists all come together to cycle as one, in a group.

But whilst group road cycling is a wonderful activity it does have it’s risks. And there are some very important techniques that every beginner should learn about group cycling before joining a group.

In this book you will discover
  • The advantages of group cycling over solo road cycling

 

  • Why group cycling can be risky

 

 

  • How to manage the risks of group cycling

 

 

  • Important principles that apply to group cycling

 

 

  • Specific group riding techniques and procedures to learn to help you ride safely and comfortably in a group

 

 

  • Things you must never do in a group cycling situation

 

 

  • What to take with you on a group ride

 

 

  • The importance of good planning for a group ride

 

 

  • Things that more experienced cyclists can do to help make the group safer and more enjoyable for everyone

 

 

  • And much much more

 

 


As a beginner to road cycling, and group road cycling, you owe it to both yourself as well as to others in a group you might be thinking of joining to learn some basic group riding principles and procedures BEFORE you join a group, not after.

Find all those principles and procedures in “How To Survive Group Cycling”.

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